Sony Two-Way Bluetooth Adapter

Sony Two-Way Bluetooth Adapter

You've got a TV, or a PC, or a Stereo, and you want to listen to Led Zeppelin at 3 AM. You've snagged some wireless headphones, but your Stereo doesn't transmit sound wirelessly. What to do, what to do? Sony's Two-Way Bluetooth adapter is the gods answer to this dilemma. Being two way, it allow you to do 2 things: 1. Transmit ANY sound source (and I mean anything with a headphone jack or RCA cables) wirelessly or 2. Receive any bluetooth sound source through any speaker/headphone/stereo you plug into it. Let's give some practical examples. Hook it up to your PC, and now you can blast your iTunes library wirelessly to your bluetooth headphones, or even your cell phone. Flip the switch, and play any songs on your mobile through your PC (or Stereo). If you ever have a need to send or receive audio wirelessly, this little wonder from Sony does the trick. Some Pros: -2 mode operation, send + receive, easily changed with a switch on the back -Included stand, and easy to read LED indicators -Nice blue color as opposed to gadget black Some Cons: -It always need to be plugged in. So while using this to convert your regular earphones to bluetooth capable ones is feasible, it;s not fun. - The manual is, shall we say, classic Sony, but you'll figure it out within minutes. A handy tool to have around and one that may just solve your wireless audio needs. $50.

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